Japan has repeatedly failed to detect North Korean missiles after South Korea terminated intelligence sharing.

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 Japan has repeatedly failed to detect North Korean missiles after South Korea terminated intelligence sharing.


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[Global Network Military Report] Japan, which has always been sensitive to North Koreas launch activities, seems to have been somewhat slow-witted in recent days. Japans Kyodo News Agency quoted people familiar with the matter as saying on the 22nd that the Japanese government has repeatedly failed to detect the post-launch orbit of new short-range missiles launched by North Korea since May.

Reported that a number of people concerned disclosed the matter to Kyodo News Agency, possibly due to low altitude and irregular track and failed to capture. According to the analysis, the South Korean military successfully detected the missile launched by North Korea.

It should be noted that on August 22, the ROK decided not to renew the Korea-Japan Military Intelligence Protection Agreement. On September 1, Lee Tae-ho, the second official of the Korean Foreign Ministry, also said that it was not in Koreas national interest to maintain the Korea-Japan Military Intelligence Protection Agreement. Reported that Japan and South Korea Military Intelligence Protection Agreement abandoned will affect Japans security concerns or will spread. If the detection ability can not be strengthened as soon as possible, not only interception will become difficult, but also evacuation warning and Countermeasures to prevent the expansion of victimization will be passive.

According to relevant sources, the shape and performance of the flying objects launched by the DPRK in 10 days from May to September are different from those before. Almost all flights were below 60 kilometres below normal altitude, and there were cases where the Aviation Self-Defense Force (Aviation Self-Defense Force) Aegis Shield and the Aviation Self-Defense Force (Aviation Self-Defense Force) radar deployed in Japan could not detect. As the detection is affected by the distance between the launch site and the orbit, it is easier for the Korean side to capture.

Reported that, in view of the DPRKs new missile seems to be able to break through Japans current defense measures, the DPRKs missile technology development has made the Japanese government feel a sense of crisis. Japan will be vigilant about further technological development in the future, and is currently exploring how to deal with it, including the deployment of several Aegis ships to cover low altitude areas and the intensification of radar functions.

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